London’s nightlife is constantly shifting, in some ways for the worse and in it appears as though in some ways for the better. A new 10,000 person venue is opening up called The Drumsheds by the owners of Printworks, Broadwick Venues. The venue will open in Meridian Water in Enfield in North London launching for Field Day on June 7 and 8.
The building combines 10 acres of outdoor space and four interlinked warehouses where you will fit the 10,000 folks for a concert. Located next to Tottenham marshes and away from residential properties, events can be held later in the night at higher volume.
This space was developed as part of the Meridian Water in Enfield, the £6 billion regeneration project for the area to turn the industrial land into a creative hub. A new overground station will open in May.
“I’m delighted that The Drumsheds is the latest venue to open in our capital and proud that it shows Enfield’s commitment to delivering the Mayor’s 24-hour vision for London,” says Amy Lamé, London’s Night Czar, in a statement. “London has the most diverse night-time culture in the world and this innovative new event space, at the heart of a major regeneration project, will be a great addition to our wide range of entertainment venues.”
Field Day will take place at the venue on June 7-8 with some big names across music like Skepta, Jorja Smith, Diplo, Pusha T, Bonobo, Jungle, Modeselekor, The Black Madonna and Todd Terje.
Printworks have been busy with a new 3,000 person venue called Exhibition, potentially opening by the end of 2019 in West London.